Deworming Young Horses: When to Start?

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The thought of your new foal becoming infected with worms is a bit too much to bear for many horse owners. All it takes is one face-to-face meeting with a squirmy white roundworm, the type of parasite most common in horses under two years of age, and you'll never again complain about deworming.

Although most equine dewormers are, by law, supposed to be prescribed by a veterina

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